Psi Uncertainty Principle (PUP)

[My Big TOE Term]

The PUP is a kind of “company policy” of our Physical Matter Reality (PMR). It ensures that there is generally a sufficient amount of uncertainty around paranormal phenomena so that outsiders have reason enough to doubt them. This is required to protect the primacy of PMR causality and maintain PMR’s function as an efficient learning lab for growing the quality of our consciousness.

Each virtual PMR learning lab has its own specific ruleset to optimize the learning potential of the typical inhabitants of that PMR. The PUP is part of the PMR ruleset. Psi effects (psychic, paranormal or acausal phenomena) seem magical from the perspective of PMR, because they are caused from NPMR, and thus from outside the PMR ruleset’s causality.

The PUP’s job is to maintain the integrity of the PMR learning lab and its causal system – it is applied at all levels of the consciousness-evolution ecosystem to maintain the primacy of local causality within each virtual reality.

In PMR, the PUP is applied in order to make sure that psi effects remain the exception rather than the rule. Thus, psi effects are largely unavailable to the average PMR participant. Breaking the rules of PMR objective causality would, at this time, interfere with what beings enrolled there must accomplish: improving the quality of their consciousness. A reality in which miracles happen all the time is not an efficient schoolhouse; people’s choices must have logical, predictable and unavoidable consequences.

More advanced players can access a wider set of rules, though. In the Big Picture, the paranormal is perfectly normal and available to anyone who sufficiently lowers the entropy of their consciousness. At the same time, more advanced players are unlikely to be interested in making use of psi effects in the first place. They know that the goal of participating in PMR is not to generate physical improvements. Consciousness does not exist to promote physical evolution within PMR; physical evolution within PMR exists to promote consciousness.

Nevertheless, the generation of psi effects can be practiced, meaning even individuals of lesser quality of consciousness can get reasonably good at them if they put in a lot of effort (which often requires months or years of intense practice). Even so, the PUP ensures that psi effects cannot be used for ego-driven purposes such as predicting next week’s lottery numbers. The system won’t allow anyone to use it against its own purpose of being an efficient schoolhouse for learning how to be less self-centered and more concerned about others.

Psi effects within PMR are thus relegated to the subjective fringe where they can be easily obscured by uncertainty – there must be enough “plausible deniability” for outsiders to doubt the reality of these psi effects. This is why, as soon as there are outside observers to report and measure any “miracles”, those miracles diminish – and insiders cannot be trusted to be objective and therefore cannot be believed. This arrangement is a requirement of our reality as long as the average level of consciousness is so low.

The disappearance of psi effects when objective science shines its spotlight on the paranormal scene does not necessarily indicate fraud. Objective proof of psi effects through scientific measurement may not be straightforward, but it is possible. Mind-over-matter effects (such as mentally influencing the output of random-number generators) are usually small and seem like random outliers when looked at individually. But repeat the experiments enough times and the cumulative results become statistically significant.

Dean Radin has done impeccable research in this regard, unequivocally demonstrating the reality of a wide range of psi phenomena over decades (see Tom’s conversation with Dean on the “Explore > Interviews & Conversations” page). Yet the PUP works so well in PMR that materialist critics tend to dismiss such research as “bad science” without even looking at the results or the methodology applied.

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